My family and I go to New Jersey to celebrate with my relatives. We cook roast turkey, chicken, bake ham, serve desserts like cassava cake, leche flan, fruit salad. We have some other food catered/ordered from Filipino restaurants. One time we ordered Italian food for a change. Before we start eating dinner, we pray all together at 6 pm, then never-ending chat, watch tv or movie on tv, have some videoke singing, then the men drink beer. The next day, we go shopping because it's still Thanksgiving sale! Besides, there's no sales tax on clothes and shoes in New Jersey. Time to shop for Christmas.
We recently celebrate that day with our loving brother "Pramod", first of we are taking him in our arms and throw it in the air pretty strange, yes we celebrate that type when some ones leaving us from our office. After that we are celebrating that day with some of our Indian dish, such as Biryani, chilly chicken, green salad and a little bit of Sampane and beer.
by CrisSp5 years ago
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